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1994 grand prix se, 3.1 engine, car goes from running great to not running at all... ive changed TPS. cam sensor, complete tune up. ..will a new crankshaft sensor help..and where is it located, what tools are needed to do the crankshaft sensor uninstall and reinstall...are there special tool needed?

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No special tools are needed. However before you spend another cent on anything, bring the vehicle to a shop that does scopemeter testing . This way they can possible pinpoint problem.

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